Objective 1: Professional Identity
Insuring students' professional identity is grounded in ethics and guided by best
practice. Students will demonstrate their professional identity by joining and subsequently
becoming active in various professional counseling organizations to include but not
limited to: the American Counseling Association, the American School Counselor Association,
the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, and/or Chi Sigma Iota.
Objective 2: Awareness and Acknowledgement of Cultural Diversity
As a result of being introduced to a wide variety of learning opportunities both in
the classroom and the community, students will acquire: awareness of themselves and
others; to include but not limited to cognitive, emotional, and spiritual aspects
of the individual and the ability to respectfully incorporate clinical skills that
are consistent with and respectful of the cultural dictates of clients.
Objective 3: Determination of Personal Strengths and Professional Concerns
Students will be able to assess their strengths and professional concerns. The student
will demonstrate his or her skills in a counseling context as they relate to, clinical
skills, converting counseling knowledge/theories, into best professional practice,
advocacy, and social justice.
Objective 4: Acquisition of Counseling Competencies
Students are able to accurately demonstrate and document their competencies across
the CACREP Standards in a manner that positively reflects on the individual and the